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Troubleshooting for new SW centric platform in future Volvo car
We imagine that our friends, families, and children are transported in a personal, sustainable, and safe way. What we build is a self-driving, fully electric, connected, and super safe Volvo Car.
But the current platform makes it impossible for us to have the control that we need to succeed. The overall technical threshold is that the +140 electric components in the car do not communicate in the way that we want them to.
Therefore, we build a new platform. The heart of the platform will be a core computer with the capacity to carry a vast majority of electric control units and applications- a vehicle control unit. In our part of the R&D, we code the base software on the computer to refine computational power and to enable successful integration with applications.
The future vehicle with a core computer-in-the-car-architecture- will enable advanced connectivity, machine learning, and autonomous drive. But we are not yet there.
About the department - Core System Software
In our part of the R&D, we code the base software on the Core Computer to refine computational power and to enable successful integration with applications. Our teams work in an agile manner organized according to SAFe to be able to quickly adjust to changing requirements. We work with an a-state-of-the-art embedded multiprocessor environment from Nvidia including hypervisors, Linux, QNX, Rust, Robot Framework, and other modern technologies.
Together with your team, you will support the developers with debugging and analysis of problems that occur in the system. We would wish for you to have a keen interest in modern SW development as well as a passion for solving problems together with and through others. You have a strong customer focus, enjoy the possibility to influence and you love to be part of a team where we take our own initiatives, and take pride in your own and the team’s deliveries. To be successful in this job we believe that you have extensive experience in analyzing, troubleshooting, and debugging problems in a complex software system. You are confident in handovers, in collaborations, and with educating teams. You have worked with low-level debugging of embedded systems with Lauterbach and similar tools. You are experienced with scripting Python for C++ or C-code you are familiar with CMake, compilers, Valgrind, playspace, and multi-CPUs Working with CI/CD pipelines and Momentix/QNX is considered meriting.
Interest and application
We are curious what you think about the future. Would you like to know more about our R&D and the role?
Please apply no later than April 18th, 2021 but note that selections will be running continuously.To apply, please register your profile at our career site and attach your application documents as soon as possible since recruitment is ongoing. Please note that applications by e-mail will not be accepted due to GDPR. As we use our channels for recruitment, we respectfully but strictly decline to be contacted for any offer of recruitment assistance from external companies. Hiring manager Martina Landen. For questions regarding the recruitment process, please contact Senior recruiter Catharina Skog at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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